Remote Urban Planning and Architecture Internships

Kickstart your Career in Urban Planning and Architecture Right Now

Being able to plan and develop a building, city or park for a community, are just a few of the reasons why careers in Urban Planning and Architecture internships are not only exciting but in-demand. The Urban Planning and Architecture career field gives interns the opportunity to support a wide range of tasks including developing sample boards, performing technical analysis, and supporting community development. Participants wanting to expand their experience supporting city planning, and technology applications to development, architectural firms, and environmental agencies will be able to work for start-ups and established consultancies, firms, and mid-sized companies as they take on business support work and tasks directly related to Urban Planning or Architecture.

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Key Projects on Internships in Urban Planning and Architecture

★ Client Outreach and Support Intern
Interns will create a rapport with existing clients via video/phone calls and emails, building strong professional relationships. You will reach out to new clients and start onboarding processes and other vital administrative work.
★ Creative Design Intern
Explore new architectural design concepts for firm clientele and practice your Adobe skills with Photoshop, InDesign, and Illustrator to edit graphics and offer production support.
★ Project Management Intern
Support your team by learning the project management essentials for multifaceted planning and architecture projects from brief to delivery and evaluation.

Key Skills You’ll Learn on

Your Urban Planning & Architecture Internship

Teamwork
Almost all projects with urban planning require multiple inputs from various stakeholders. The ability to bring them together to support a finished project successfully will be important.
Digital Fluency
Both urban planning and architecture require technical software to deliver plans for large projects. The ability to master this software and readily learn new ones is key.
Intercultural skills
In order to deliver projects that meet the needs of your clients, you will need to be able to unpack cultural differences and navigate multiple perspectives to find the best solution.

Did you know?

1 in 4 interns

 are offered a position at the end of their internship by their host company

* End of program feedback data, April 2022

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